My studio on the first beautifully warm day of spring. I love this space, and being surrounded by great studio mates.

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Can’t wait! come say hi!

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NYC folks, I will be exhibiting at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art Festival this weekend. I’ll have all four issues of Genus as well as some prints and originals for sale. I’ll be sharing a table with my friend Kim Sielbeck, who will be bringing her awesome zines, prints and shirts. We’ll be at table C17. Come by and show us your smiling face!

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new book by me and torythoughts is available at moccafestnyc this weekend!

DANCE < > BATTLE is a 2-color risograph zine full of dancing plants, skeletons, and humans.

Visit me at booth C17 to pick up your own!

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💪 #workit

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02nd
March
having some fun on a Sunday messing around with photoshop and some animation. 

having some fun on a Sunday messing around with photoshop and some animation. 

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I painted the cover to the upcoming Japanther album, Instant Money Magic, out April 15. 

check out the first single from the album:

http://www.spin.com/articles/japanther-do-it-dont-try-seayou-records/

This was a dream job and a lot of fun!

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I’ve been painting so much with acrylic but this was my first digital painting. it’s weird! I think i would’ve been able to paint faster.

In other news, geekin’ out about Game of Thrones over here.

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Sketch from my trip to the British Virgin Islands.

Drawn under sail in a 42 foot catamaran.

Missing this lifestyle!

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BEYONCÉ.

11 x 14 acrylic on wood panel.

come see this new painting at this show next Friday night!

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stay warm! all the clothes i wore today…

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Here’s a painting I made for my sister, her husband, and their dog Ziggy.  

The background was especially fun, and I incorporated several aspects of their family (MD, Army, El Paso, piano, etc.)

happy 2014!

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A new painting of young Louis Armstrong and Bernhardt Karnofsky.

Mr. Karnofsky, a Lithuanian-Jewish peddler, treated Louis like family and bought him his first cornet at 6. Louis identified with the family and wore a Jewish star around his neck until his death. He remembers, “They were always warm and kind to me, which was very noticeable to me — just a kid who could use a little word of kindness.”

A reminder during the holidays of what a little kindness can spark. 

Thank you to Julia Rothman for including me in her upcoming book, The Who, the What and the When: 65 Artists Illustrate the Secret Accomplices of History. Stay tuned for more about the book, which will come out next fall!

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HAY GIRL. Ryan Gosling. 4 x 6 inches, gouache on board.

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Freaks and Geeks!

two gouache paintings, each 4 x 6 inches, acrylic on wood.

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For a show at Bustin Boards shop in Brooklyn, NY.

More images and close-ups here.

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